Stratum Configuration

All of our stratum servers utilize GeoIP routing which automatically selects the server with the closest geographical proximity to your mining operation, resulting in optimal latency.

stratum+tcp://pool.coinfoundry.org:3032 CPU
stratum+tcp://pool.coinfoundry.org:3033 GPU
stratum+tcp://pool.coinfoundry.org:3034 Multi GPU
stratum+ssl://pool.coinfoundry.org:3132 CPU (TLS)
stratum+ssl://pool.coinfoundry.org:3133 GPU (TLS)
stratum+ssl://pool.coinfoundry.org:3134 Multi GPU - TLS/TLS

If you would like to bypass GeoIP routing entirely, feel free to use either pool-eu.coinfoundry.org, pool-us.coinfoundry.org or pool-asia.coinfoundry.org as hostname.

LOGIN: Login using your wallet address as username. An optional workername can be appended to your address separated by a dot (.) character. Password can be left blank.

To mine directly to an exchange you need append your paymentId to your address separated by a hash sign.


Static difficulty: To mine with a static (fixed) difficulty simply use d=xxx as password where xxx is your preferred difficulty.

How to Start

Getting a Wallet

Before you can start to mine you need to create a wallet. Although Monero is an entirely digital asset, you still need a place to store them. This is done in a digital wallet. There are multiple methods to obtain a wallet which vary by ease of use and the security they provide.

Official Wallets

Official first-party Wallets for all major platforms are available from the Monero Website. These wallets are released and maintained by the Monero Team.



MyMonero is an uncomplicated method to obtain a monero wallet. Convenience comes with a price of course. Even though this site is run by the creators of Monero, your private keys leave your computer which is a security concern.

Paper Wallets

For long-term storage of Monero you should create a cold wallet using MoneroAddress or similar. A paper wallet is extremely secure if you guard your private key by storing it in a password vault such as KeePass or LastPass or printing it out and depositing the sheet in a real bank vault.

Hardware Wallets

A hardware wallet is a special type of wallet which stores your private keys in a secure hardware device. Hardware wallets offer robust safety features for storing cryptographic assets and securing digital payments. The most popular hardware wallets are the Ledger Nano S and the Trezor.


Registering with a Crypto-Exchange

There are multiple digital currency exchanges you can register with. Registering with an exchange allows you to create a wallet on the exchange for every currency the exchange supports.

Popular exchanges are: Binance, Bittrex, Poloniex, Kraken, Bitfinex and HitBTC.

Hashrate 262.14 KH/s
Network Hashrate 2.33 GH/s
Network Difficulty 300.5 Billion
Algorithm RandomX
Block Effort 107%
7500 3032
25000 3033
200000 3034
7500 3132
25000 3133
200000 3134
Earnings PPLNS
Fee 0.6%
Minimum Payout 0.05 XMR
Minimum Payout to Exchange 0.3 XMR